Police chiefs call for coordinated attack on meth epidemic

The Sioux Falls police chief calls it a public health hazard. Rapid City’s top cop calls it a “Tidal Wave.” What are they talking about? Meth. And the chiefs are out to stamp it out.


It was only a matter of time before the creepy clown scare popped up here; with rumors that school children received threatening letters from "phanom thaklown."


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Thanks to a donation by the McKinley Presidential Library in Canton, OH, the statue can now be identified.


KOTA Territory First Alert Webcast


WAVI unleashes the "Power of Purple" to raise domestic violence awareness


School combines Pokemon Go with parent-teacher conferences


Congress overrides Obama veto of 9/11 bill


Locals respond to South Dakota Internet Sales Tax


What not to feed to your dog


2017 SD State Park passes up for purchase


Wacipi 101: what you need to know about a pow wow


After wife dies from flu, man encourages others to get flu shot


Look for a chance to help change Rapid City? Here it is.


AG's and lawmakers fight back against EPA's Clean Power Plan in court


Docs combat anti-vaccine trend


Community Health Center of the Black Hills requests Vision Funds


Wyoming OKs new coal mine near Sheridan


The value of a dollar in South Dakota


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Rapid City community advisory committee first report


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